Are you sleeping translates into "umelala", literally "I have laid down". "Unalala" means you are in the process of lying down.
You sleep is marked incorrect, why?
I have the same question. The hint says this should be correct but it gets marked as wrong.
"Unalala" means something like "You are getting ready for bed" or "You are lying down to sleep." If you are asleep, then in Swahili, umelala.
Then that translation should be actually present in this exercise.
Why umelala? Because sleep is a state of being? Please give us more to go on.
Does anybody know how do i ask are you sleeping in kiswahili?
Are you sleeping? In kiswahili is "Umelala?"
Should "Are you asleep?" also be accepted?